Hunterdon Central presents the romantic comedy Pride and Prejudice, in The Little Theater on November 22 at 7:00 PM and November 23 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Tickets are $8.00, available at the door.
Hunterdon Central strives to engage as many students as possible in activities, clubs and organizations. Our comprehensive extracurricular program is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore their interests and enhance their development beyond the standard curriculum of academic courses. Research has indicated a strong relationship between participation in student activities and academic achievement; we therefore offer over 70 activities, developed to appeal to a wide range of student interests.
Our student activities program supports our District vision of "Performance Excellence for Everyone" by providing opportunities and experiences that develop critical thinking, creative problem solving, character, social and specific skills. We encourage all of our students to take advantage of our activities program by participating in the clubs, activities and organizations that reflect their interests, throughout their time at Hunterdon Central.
World Languages teacher Scott Saks has been honored by the American Red Cross Headquarters in Philadelphia as Blood Drive Teacher of the Year. In the last ten years, as Red Cross Club advisor for Hunterdon Central, Mr. Saks is credited with collecting more than 800 units of blood. Congratulations for this honor, recognizing the great work done for our community!
Hunterdon Central is pleased to announce that Raritan Township has sworn in Officer Joyce Hanshaw as the first of two Class III Special Law Enforcement Officers for the high school. Officer Hanshaw will start on Monday, October 21.
Hunterdon Central is once again participating in the New Jersey Seal of Biliteracy program. The Seal of Biliteracy is an insignia which is affixed to the transcript of a graduating senior to indicate that the student has demonstrated proficiency in English and one or more world languages.